Central Bank giving back to community


ROCHELLE — Central Bank takes great pride in giving back to the communities in which they serve. The role of a community bank is to focus on providing support in many forms, assisting with the growth, development and quality of life throughout the communities.
Through a partnership with Federal Home Loan Bank Chicago’s COVID-19 Relief Program, Central Bank is providing $20,000 to area non-profits. Five non-profits including the Rochelle Area Community Foundation in Rochelle, United Way of Illinois Valley, Inc. in Peru, Bureau County United Way, Inc. in Princeton, Geneseo Community Chest in Geneseo, and the Fulton Community Fund in Fulton will receive donations.
Central Bank Illinois is headquartered in Geneseo with full service branch locations in the Illinois communities of Andover, Ashton, Fulton, Geneseo, Oregon, Peru, Princeton and Rochelle, with a limited-purpose loan office in Prophetstown.
Central Bank is a full service commercial bank providing a complete line of banking and trust services to individuals and businesses throughout the region.
Central Bank is a member FDIC/Equal Housing Lender/Equal Opportunity Employer.







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